Archive for the Labels Category
Usually the only person to remix Madlib records is Madlib. But following the success of MF DOOM & Madlib’s album Madvillainy in 2004, our partners in Europe proposed having producers not normally associated with MF or Madlib to remix some of the tracks for Europe-only vinyl releases, and the Four […]
Kohti Tuhoa’s debut was considered by many as the most exciting hardcore punk record out of Scandinavia in ages. Their sophomore album Pelon neljäs valtakunta is constructed from similar building blocks but with the band’s sound taking a step further towards genre classicists such as Discharge and Disorder, not to […]
Limited green colored vinyl LP pressing housed in a gatefold sleeve. Formed from putrefying remnants of The Germs, The Consumers, The Bags, The Gun Club, and The Screamers among other L.A. punk outfits, 45 Grave were arguably the first American Goth/deathrock band and inarguably one of the best. Fronted by […]
Kenny Dixon Jr’s ‘Forevernevermore’ was his third album and is perhaps his definitive opus – a pure, deep, late night Detroit classic that has birthed countless immitations since its release in 2000. It really is pretty definitive – and it holds up beautifully almost 20 years later, from his take […]
Invisible City returns with the hotly anticipated reissue of Amajovi Jovi by Durban’s kwaito giant, Sandy B. Originally self-released on cassette and a white label 12” in post Apartheid South Africa in 1994. Amajovi Jovi is a type of dance. Massive rave basslines, pounding drums, flutes, sirens, beer bottle sounds […]
Thanks to a pair of impressive albums and a string of fine singles on The Lauren Becall, Lobster Theremin and Mork, each new release from dusty deep house explorer Grant is keenly anticipated. Happily, we can confirm that this third full-length excursion contains some of the mysterious West Coast producer’s […]
Five years after the illustrious Paranormal Soul LP, techno derelict Danny Wolfers aka Legowelt returns on Clone with “Legendary Freaks In The Trash Of Time”. A vivid collection of twelve genre-defying tracks: from late-night hermit house to Memphis rap influenced slowjam electro, from Amiga 1200 technorave to cosmic spaceweed trance, […]
Cindy Li is one of the busiest promoters in Toronto. Among other parties, she puts on Work In Progress, an event series and radio show that highlights dance music made by female-identifying artists. Spending years spinning opening slots has allowed her to develop a DJ style that favours dreamy melodies, […]
Proud to offer this superb Superfly reissue of super obscure private pressing by the mighty Bobby Jackson, splendid trippy mellow Jazz Fusion all the way in this very unique Jazz record, check ‘modetique’ – SRLP028, limited to 1000 copies with obi.
Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes is the second solo album by Thom Yorke of the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released on 26 September 2014. It was produced by Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich, with artwork by Radiohead artist Stanley Donwood. Now a vinyl reissue out on XL Recordings 2017.
Wiki’s debut solo album is a love letter to New York and features beats and rhymes from Ghostface Killah, Kaytranada, Lakutis, Your Old Droog and many others.
This is the Stones where it all started, playing the music they loved so much – Blues, R&B and even Country. Every track has been revolutionary restored via ‘Audio Source Separation’ and you will be able to hear the remarkable difference this makes to each song.